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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: May 01, 2018, 11:05:02 PM »
As it should Richard. Good luck to you.

Hoppy can you get these adjustments to Coach Ron

5% increase in all situational blitz situations.

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 30, 2018, 03:03:38 PM »
Okay Coach Linden I appreciate your time. I will review these percentages and work up a final game plan for Seattle.

Hoppy can we speak with Richard Welker

Richard Welker thank you for stepping in while Steven was out injured.  How did it feel to get plugged into the game and get a win in your first start?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 20, 2018, 11:29:49 AM »
Thank you Coach Linden. Now I remember when I interviewed you before this season kicked off that you wanted speed and explosiveness from the safeties because that was the key to a blitzing attack. 

Is it possible for you to share your percentages of blitz plays come from each positions or at least the type of blitzes?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 19, 2018, 07:20:55 PM »
Thanks Coach Ron I’ll get together with the DC and hammer out the details but I’ll make sure to include you in the details before we depart

Hoppy can we call Coach Linden

Coach Linden me and Coach Ron were talking about raising the pressure on Seattle this week force em to win the game by passing the ball. What are our current percentages at for blitzing for the different down and yardage scenarios.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 16, 2018, 10:27:08 AM »
I'm of two minds Coach and want to know your preference.  Should we stick to the course and continue with our current gameplan which was been gotten us to 2-2 or do we bring an extra defender and force Seattle to throw?

Which way are you more comfortable?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 13, 2018, 05:52:42 PM »
Nice job getting a decisive win over Kansas City.  Richard Welker did a fine job subbing in for Steven Crawford.  Not bad for a rookie and also gives the team confidence knowing we have some depth at that position.

I'd say I am very happy with where we are 2-2 with wins over Rapid City and Kansas City. 

Seattle's going to be a big deal because we can start to move away from the division pack or get left behind and of course Mr. IPA wants that W against Seattle.

We score about the same amount of points and we give up the same amount of points. How else do we stack up with Seattle?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: April 03, 2018, 12:32:38 PM »
1. Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?
- I was very happy to see Richard Welker step into his first start and get a victory against one of the teams that played in the conference championship last season.  He got off to a hot start and that early lead and we never lost it.  It was great to finally get a win in front of the home crowd.  You know what they say third time is the charm.

2. Which of your division rivals has surprised you the most so far this season?
- I have to say our entire division has been a surprise.  We are all deadlocked at 2-2.  I don't think any expert would have had this division this way after four games this season. For Rapid City and Kansas City 2-2 may seem like  bad start. For ourselves and fellow expansion St. Louis 2-2 isn't so bad. For Lincoln and Seattle they may have expected to be at this point. 

3. With where you sit in the standings, do you feel it is a true reflection of your team? Where do you feel you should stand, and who on your team is most responsible for your current standing?
- I always think the results speak for themselves but that is still relative to who you are. For my team Portland an 8-8 finish wouldn't be the end of the world. In fact being able to say as an expansion that we did not have a losing season is admirable. But to a powerhouse like Rapid City or Alabama or Cleveland an 8-8 finish could mean drastic changes.  Same record, same position in the standings but a completely different reaction.  There are still plenty of more games where this current 2-2 deadlock will get cleared up and the cream always will rise to the top.  As for who is most responsible i point towards the great leaders on this team.  Our Captains are keeping this team on the right path either vocally or by example.  Every game we are ready to play and as a GM that's all I can ask of my players.

4. What has been the biggest challenge for your team so far this season, and who would you say was your teams' most improved?
- The biggest challenge has been finding our own way in this league.  You have some GM's who talk about a new system or new players. We are new everything. This time last year this organization didn't exist so we've got all the on the field problems of making a team work as well as all the franchise problems of marketing a brand new product and getting fans to come out to the game AND root for us.  Coach Jackson has been an excellent leader as well as the rest of the coaching staff. As far as who is the most improved - I would say the most improved for us has been Lawrence Gordon.  It's a big change going from college to the pro's and being lumped right beside a veteran like Dee Rutherford. Lawrence has definitely risen to the task and made himself available in games and has become our leading pass catcher as a rookie.

5. Talk to us about your upcoming game this week.  What will be the toughest thing to prepare for this week?
- We go on the road against Seattle - our true rival to the north. No disrespect to our other division opponents but Mr. IPA made it a point to say we needed to win the games against Seattle so this may be the first game we play with some pressure and expectation.  Seattle plays a game similar to us. They want to run the ball early and often with their two backs, they want to control the clock and they want to limit turnovers. We're going to have to do our best of preventing them from succeeding.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 29, 2018, 08:43:29 PM »
Thank you I’ll get the paperwork in order tell your client he’s a Brewer now.

Hoppy I’ve gone ahead and finalized the league paperwork. Let Coach Ron know we want Hudson as QB 3 on the depth chart.

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General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: March 29, 2018, 08:42:42 PM »
Portland Brewers sign QB Howard Hudson to 1 year 250k

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: March 29, 2018, 08:41:44 PM »
Portland Brewers send LB Vernon Ward down to minor league affiliate Eugene Hipsters

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 28, 2018, 11:22:03 PM »
Thanks for taking it well Vernon.

Hoppy can you call Amber Molina

Amber I’ve opened a roster spot to sign a QB. I noticed your client Howard Hudson hasn’t signed on a roster. I want to bring him in for the rest of the year. Is howard interested?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 28, 2018, 12:06:03 AM »
So your solution is a much less confusing way of what I wanted to accomplish. I’ll let Ward know the news and look to sign another QB as a backup in case Crawford can’t play and as insurance as a third stringer for us. Thanks coach.

Hoppy can you call Vernon Ward to come to my office

Vernon with the injury to Steven Crawford coach and I feel we need the extra roster spot for a third string QB. We plan on moving you down to the minors where you will get more reps.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 27, 2018, 09:00:24 PM »
If I’m not mistaken coach I could put Tommy Motley on a list that would open a roster spot because of his injury length. Now I would still need to cover his mandatory position but maybe we could move someone to FS easier than having Chandler as a backup QB.

That’s a lot of moving parts but might be the better option.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 27, 2018, 08:31:29 PM »
well thanks coach. Always feels good to be complimented by those you respect. Kansas City is going to be a tough task. There’s not much we can change on the field especially cause it seems to be working.

If Crawford can’t play it’s going to be a big ask of Walker to step. I’m concerned though with possibly only dressing 1 QB. Whose slated to fill in as the backup without any roster moves.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 27, 2018, 03:55:23 PM »
I just want to say before this press conference begins that we have good news regarding the health of Steven Crawford. Steven is currently being listed as doubtful - so that may mean he has to miss a game but certainly not significant time as I first feared.  His presence and veteran leadership has been integral to how well we have played over the past two games. 

Talk us through this weeks game. What went wrong?  What went right?

Certainly seeing your starting QB go down with an injury is definitely something that went wrong but how he was playing before that was so right! He completed 84% of his passes in combination with Chandler averaging 5 yards per carry on 22 carries. For those that thought our offensive performance last week was a fluke this showed them we can have repeat performances - and we're only getting better.

How do you feel about the emergence of the Alliance of American Football and the XFL?

Maybe I'm not seeing the same thing other GM's around the league are seeing but this talk about iron sharpening iron or looking at things from that perspective it comes off as arrogant.  Maybe I'm just new to the HIFL that I know what's it like to be without a GM job that I worry so much about keeping it and the league that employs me around.

Talk about something going on around the league this season that has interested you in one way or another.

I found it interesting that certain GM's found themselves getting into spats with essentially a fan of the sport online would be a good move.  If we want our players to portray themselves correctly then so do the GM's.  What Mr. Jackson says or doesn't say is his business and at most the business of GM Strike Guy.  That's it.  Frankly it's why I choose not to involve myself on social media.

Talk to us about your upcoming game this week.  What will be the key to victory?

Still looking for that elusive home win for us.  The fans of Portland deserve to see the team win in front of them and who better to do it against than Kansas City.  They are definitely a formidable team especially with the reigning MVP leading the charge but we feel we can compete with anyone on the field so long as we play our style of football. Control the clock, limit the turnovers, play smart.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 21, 2018, 12:52:03 PM »
You should feel good. It was a hell of a performance.  Thanks again Steven.

Hoppy I think we are ready for our next game

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 20, 2018, 11:58:36 PM »
Of course don’t want to run just for running sakes. Congrats again Coach.

Hoppy can we get Steven Crawford to come into my office

Steven what an amazing performance. Thanks for being a leader to this young franchise and helping us get our first win.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 20, 2018, 10:57:34 PM »
I tried my best not losing myself in that press conference but I’m not afraid to admit it here amongst us.


God it’s hard to think about Lincoln but we have to. Obviously Crawford passing the ball 51 times isn’t sustainable so we might need to tweak the playbook even more to run the ball - or was it just the way the game played out?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 20, 2018, 10:17:55 PM »
1. Talk us through this week's game. What did you like, what do you want to see improved?

Like I said a week ago, games are not played on paper! Call it an upset call it a miracle call it impossible but don’t forget to call it a win. The first for this franchise and it came against the two time defending champs. What did I like? All of it. We dominated time of possession. We showed heart getting stops and making plays. What do I want to see improved? I know it’s taboo to say this but that was a perfect game. The way coach called it and the way the team executed - perfect.

2. Through two games this season, who's surprising you for the better, and for the worst?

I’m suprised with how well Miami has run the ball specifically McClure. He keeps getting big chunks of yardage. I’ll have to follow GM Gooch approach and point out John Carr. If his own GM is suprised why shouldn’t I be?

3. Which one-part of your team do you believe is only going to get better going forward?

You know it’s funny that I mentioned the key to be beating Rapid City would be our run game but it was Crawford throwing it 51 times that really helped push us. If we can get Chandler and Lopez averaging and sustaining 4 yards a carry we won’t have to rely on Crawford having to do so much over the whole season.

4. Talk about your news story this week.

Isn’t everybody? What’s left to say but the reporter from bleacher report that wrote that Crawford was over the hill and Rutherford was his retirement home roommate needs to work on his metaphors. I get what he was trying to say but there’s better ways to do that.

5. Talk about at least two other news stories this week.

CTE and concussions is a serious issue for football everywhere. I would hope my players would trust me and the staff to look after them. That kind of trust can’t be eroded from management and players.

Certainly what happened to David Nutt is requiring attention. I understand the privacy he may want that may stem from embarrassment but it’s important that David Nutt know he can seek help. I certainly did starting this GM job and David Nutt should be able to.

5. Talk to us about your match up this week, how do you build on last weeks success or rebound from defeat (depending on your game's result)

We have to be careful and not end up in a trap game. As great as beating Rapid City was we can’t pay ourselves too hard cause here comes Lincoln. They got as much to prove as we do and now that we made our mark in the HIFL people will look to make one on us. Have to retain time of possession and control the ball.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 13, 2018, 07:23:53 PM »
I hope you realize your hope.

Hoppy let’s get ready for Rapid City.

Don’t forget to remind coach we want to Increase the Run

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 13, 2018, 07:00:17 PM »
No problem Kevin

Hoppy call in Juan Kirk

Juan I know we have a tall task against Rapid City. Back to back two time champs. But that was then and this is a new season. I know you are aware of the difficult task ahead. I know you’ll be ready. I also know as a leader you’ll have your teammates ready too. Captain Kirk the conn is yours.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 13, 2018, 04:30:59 PM »
I’ll make sure to do just that then. Thanks coach Jackson.

Hoppy can you call Kevin Chandler

Kevin wanted to let you know we’re going to give you the football more often. We want to eat up that clock and not let Rapid City offense have too much time with the ball.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 12, 2018, 10:12:14 PM »
Since I left the decision to you will you also make the adjustments for increasing us running or do you need me to reflect that change?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 12, 2018, 07:07:44 PM »
That’s good that we are on the same page Coach. I’ve got some follow up questions but really after one game it would be tough to give a specific answer.

So I’ll ask general questions. How is Stephens demeanor and morale? I want to lean on his experience but I want to make sure he is invested and that can be difficult on an expansion team at the tail end of a career. What have you seen in preseason and the first game?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 12, 2018, 09:56:00 AM »
Talk us through this week's game. What did you like, what do you want to see improved?

I loved that we took the field in those beautiful Portland uniforms here in front of our fans for the first time in the regular season. We’ve finally officially arrived in the HIFL. That being said I hoped we could win the game for our home fans but the Stallions weren’t having any of that. I’d like to see us run the ball more as it seemed both our backs ran with some consistency but it’s hard to do that when you are playing from behind most of the game. They’ve got some impressive and underrated corners that prevented our pass attack from succeeding.

What did you make of your teams performance, despite the final outcome of the game?

Both of our RB averaged 4.5 yards per carry and that’s something that if sustained can lead to us winning some games later in the season as these defenses won’t be so fresh.

Are there any major changes you see yourself making this week?


Talk about at least two news stories from this week.

I understand most people look at Alabama and Atlanta and having a laugh or wondering how the next coach handshake could go. But I see that and I see a breakdown in leadership. I know as a GM I don’t want my players in the media under a negative light so that would go double with the coaches. Whatever personal problems are had the last place they should be handled is on the field. What if someone got injured with Coach Munoz possible vendetta. It has no place in this game.

The same could be said for the hit on Matthew Ackerman. I know I’m new to the league but I wouldn’t mind having a discussion about suspensions tied to the injury of the person it’s inflicted on. Food for thought. Football is dangerous enough as it is.

Talk to us about your match up this week.  Where do you see your opponent having an advantage? What is the key to victory?

No rest for us as we go and visit the defending two time champs. On paper it’s a total mismatch. They’re probably better than us in every facet of the game. But we don’t play these games on paper. People make mistakes. If we can control the time of possession and feed our RB over and over again we have a chance - and if Rapid City makes a mistake - WE have to CAPITALIZE on it.

Any further questions?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 09, 2018, 10:57:53 AM »
Agreed Coach - I think our biggest struggle will be keeping the players on message through some of those growing pains.

But I have full confidence in our abilities to do so. Let’s get ready for our first game of the season!

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General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 07, 2018, 07:18:49 PM »
Okay I got the message loud and clear coach.  No win one for the gipper speeches either here or in the media.

On to football business. The 41 points to St. Paul concerned me but then we rebounded well against Orlando. Kevin Chandler also performed better in the the second game as well.

I feel like that's going to to be the story of our season with us getting better and better every game.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: March 07, 2018, 12:24:16 PM »
1. Talk about your off-season, what did you like, what did you not like?

- Outside of what happened to Coach Jackson considering this was our first off season ever there wasn't much not to like.  A lot of first were accomplished this off season and we look to do more of that in the regular season.

2. How much stock do you put into your teams preseason performance?

- It's the first time we have taken the field in our uniforms. That still means something whether the game is recorded as a win or as a loss.

3. What did you gather from your preseason games?

- I gather we are going to need time and patience.  We certainly have some pieces to be excited about but the goal this season is the build a foundation that we can improve on moving forward. 

4. What is something you'd like to see your team improve over what they did in the preseason?

- I'd like to see our passing attack compliment the run more.  The more we can keep the offense on the field and take some pressure off the defense the more successful we will be. We're not going to be pretty to watch but we do want to be successful.

5. Who was your MVP of the preseason?

- Seeing Coach Jackson take the field in his condition is inspiring.

6. What is your season objective this year, and where do your see yourself finishing the season?

- We are starting from the bottom. We're looking to get our first everything in the regular season.  I think it would be amazing if this team could finish the season .500 but expect us to win closer to 6 games.  I want us to be a tough win for other teams to try and get.  I want us to establish what Portland football is all about.

Any further questions?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 25, 2018, 01:55:24 PM »
Thank you Amber

Hoppy we’ve got our full roster now and I’ve talked strategy with coach for the pre season games. It’s time to take the field for the very first time!

Let’s let Coach Jackson know we want Tim Rhoden listed as our backup FS.

And let’s Lock In

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 25, 2018, 01:46:35 PM »
Portland Brewers sign FS Tim Rhoden to 1 year 1 Million.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 23, 2018, 03:29:07 PM »
Excellent Coach, let me get this last position fixed and acquire ourselves a FS. Thank you for your time Coach.

Hoppy can you call Amber Molina

Amber if I'm not mistaken your client Tim Rhoden has yet to be signed and I need to fill the FS position.

Would he jump on board a plane and come to Portland for 1 year and 1 Million?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 20, 2018, 05:50:51 PM »
Hoppy thank you very much for all your work this off season -- but it's finally here our inaugural season!!  Can you call Coach Jackson in and tell him no rush!

Coach first of all before we get to any of the football questions how are you feeling sir?  I hope the accommodations we made are more suitable for your current needs.

For our pre season I wanted to emphasize the things we do well coming out of camp and build on that throughout the season. Considering we are a brand new franchise as well I don't feel the desire to sit anyone as I want to one have the team gel from the beginning with the players we want to play and also to showcase to the fans who we are at this point.

Does this lineup with your thought on the pre season?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 11, 2018, 10:38:19 PM »

QB: Steven Crawford - Richard Welker
RB: Kevin Chandler - Hector Lopez - Marco Harris
FB: Randy Oliver
TE: Kevin Logan - Joseph Whaley
WR: Dee Rutherford - Lawrence Gordon - Phillip Scruggs - James Murphy - Fred Hardison
RT: Don Hawk - Joshua Odom
RG: Eugene Carter - Scott Campbell
C: Todd Chase - Norman Wazzie
LG: Scott Beaty
LT: Daniel Ford

DT: Marco Charlton - Joshua Goodman
DE: Jose Seaton - Anthony - Stephens - Brad Bonilla
LB: Raymond Roby - Vernon Ward - Kelly Luttrell - Paul Wright - Patrick Frank
CB: Juan Kirk - Frank Cooney - Martin Hilton
SS: Nathaniel Kim - Darren Whitson
FS: Paul Brown - Tommy Motley

K: Jerry Friend
P: Elliot Combs

KR: Lawrence Gordon
PR: Lawrence Gordon


Playing Time: Mostly Starters

Offensive Strategies/Playcalling/Formations: Coaches Decision

Defensive Strategies/Playcalling/Formations: Coaches Decision



Offense Captain: Steven Crawford
Alternate: Kevin Chandler
Alternate: Dee Rutherford

Defense Captain: Juan Kirk
Alternate: Frank Cooney
Alternate: Raymond Roby

1. Frank Walker - Football IQ
2. Scott Beatty - Run Blocking
3. Lawrence Gordon - Hands
4. Marco Charlton - Strength
5. Frank Cooney - Speed
6. Tommy Motley - Agility


1 Million – Steven Crawford
“The Return” – National Commercial of Steven Crawford working out in a gym.  Playing on the tv in his gym will be a plethora of highlights and lowlights. From his first being drafted into the HIFL – to him being traded – to him being a champion – to him getting injured over and over. Sports pundits will be spliced in with their opinions of how great he is … but also how he gets hurt and should retire.  All this time Crawford will just continue to work out. He will finally turn the tv off after he is done working out turn the camera and say “Come watch me with the Portland Brewers and see for yourself. I’m not done.”

500k– Kevin Chandler
“Chandler Bobblehead Night” – Fourth home game of the season Portland will distribute one Kevin Chandler bobblehead to all fans in attendance. The Bobblehead will be

500k– Lawrence Gordon
“Gordon Glove Night” – Last home game of the season Portland will distribute a  pair of Lawrence Gordon official football receiving gloves.  All people 18 and under will be given two pairs – one matching the home and away color schemes.

250k– Scott Beaty
“Snapchat Filter” – When visiting the stadium a snapchat filter will be available that mimicks the fan being drafted as the first ever person for the Portland Brewers.  A podium will appear as well as hands raised celebrating. A jersey will appear right under their with the name Scott Beaty and his team number.

1.5 Million – Daniel Ford
500k– “Ford Truck Night” – All children 14 and under will receive on the second home game of the season an RC Toy Truck in Portland Brewers colors with the face, name and number of Daniel Ford. Batteries will be included.

1 Million – “ National Commercial. Daniel Ford will be working out in the Portland Brewers gym showcasing his feats of strength.  The commercial will make a point that because Daniel Ford was the first person selected by the Portland Brewers that the organization did it right and that they will be built ford tough.

2 Million – Todd Chase

500k– “Chase Hat Night” – All fans in attendance will receive a free Todd Chase hat which will have the Portland Brewers logo on the front – his initials and number will be stitched on one side.

500k– “ Chase Endzone Section” – Portland Brewers dedicate down near the endzone an entire fan section that will be labeled the Chase Zone.  In that section there will be large pictures of Todd Chase in his Brewers uniform. 

1 Million – “National Commercial. Todd Chase will be known as Mr. Leatherman.  In partnership with Oregon based company Leatherman will be making multiple commercials to help market the different multitools.  Todd Chase will make the comparison on the skills a center needs to the similarities of a multitool.

3 Million – Juan Kirk
“Captain Kirk” – 2 Million – National Commercial. Juan Kirk will be positioned as the captain of the Enterprise mimicking William Shatner’s role. He will be heralded as a man who doesn’t keeps WR from going where no man has gone before. The commercial will cut though and be shows as them ACTUALLY filming a commercial when William Shatner himself will berate him for not delivering his line exactly as he would.  Shatner being the director of the commercial intends to get Juan Kirk to speak just like him. 

1 Million – Juan Kirk swag. – Season ticket holders will receive limited edition gear featuring Juan Kirk.  This will range from hats to jackets to shirts and scarves.  Juan Kirk will have his signature threaded into the gear and before the first home game of the season will be available for meet and greets with season ticket holders.

2 Million – Frank Cooney
“The Coon – 1 Million – Local Commercial. Frank Cooney will be dressed up as a super hero who stops people from committing crimes. He will be going all around Portland saving people and stopping criminals. The Commercial will highlight his mix of agility and speed. He will stop someone from stealing from the bank and inside the bank will be celebrities Matt Stone and Trey Parker. Matt Stone in his South Park Eric Cartman voice will be intrigued by the idea of a superhero known as The Coon

“The Coon Funko Pop” – 1 Million – On the 5th home game of the season all fans in attendance will receive a Frank Cooney “The Coon” Funko Pop Figurine.


"Where Everybody Knows Your Name" - Gary Portnoy
Played everytime the Portland Brewers score beginning when "Sometimes you want to go ..."

"Beer Drinkers and Hell Raisers" - ZZ top
Played everytime the offense takes possession of the ball and takes the field.


General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 11, 2018, 09:59:58 PM »
Portland Brewers sign TE Joseph Whaley to 1 year 1 Million deal

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 11, 2018, 09:58:57 PM »
Consider it done. Welcome back to the league

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 11, 2018, 08:59:53 PM »
Thank you Eli

Hoppy can we get Joseph Whaley on the horn

Joseph how are you? I'm in need of a TE and wanted to know if you still had it in you to come back and play for an Oregon team once again?

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 11, 2018, 08:56:23 PM »
Portland Brewers sign DE Brad Bonilla to a 1 year 1 Million dollar deal.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 11, 2018, 02:01:40 PM »
Thank you Scott

Hoppy let’s get Eli Harris on the phone.

Eli I see your client Brad Bonilla is still available. Looking to add some depth at that position would he sign for 1 year 1 Million?

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 10, 2018, 08:59:26 PM »
Portland Brewers sign LB Patrick Frank for 1 year 1 Million

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 10, 2018, 03:56:59 PM »
Blast! Let’s switch gears and look for a LB ... can you call Agent Forrest for me?

Hello? Scott Forrest? GM Andre here. Looking to add a LB to our roster and saw your client Patrick Frank available. Would he sign for 1 year 1 Million?

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 07, 2018, 08:55:19 PM »
Hoppy can we get Marcus Dorsey on the line?

Marcus you might be my first player to negotiate with sans agent. We are looking to hire you as a backup TE - willing to offer you a deal for 1 year at 500k

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 07, 2018, 08:51:24 PM »
Portland Brewers announce the following signings ...

WR Fred Hardison 1 year 1 Million
CB Martin Hilton 1 year 1 Million

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 05, 2018, 11:35:59 PM »
Thank you Anthony!

Hoppy let's get Drew Leventhal on the phone

Drew this is GM Andre with the Portland Brewers looking to sign Martin Hilton to a 1 year 1 Million dollar deal to play CB for us. What do you say Mr. Leventhal?

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: February 05, 2018, 10:51:23 PM »
Portland Brewers commit 500k to renovate staff facilities

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: February 05, 2018, 10:47:39 PM »
I appreciate the update Hoppy - certainly with the HIFL tragedy plus my own hardships have kept me away but my intention was never to abandon.  I will make sure to expedite that paperwork for Coach Jackson as that is a first priority.

As for the roster I would want you to call Anthony Campanelli

Anthony some crazy things going around the league and I don't want your client Fred Hardison getting lost in the shuffle.  How does a 1 year 1 Million sound?


General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: January 23, 2018, 08:30:44 PM »
Hoppy that is terrible news.  I've been frozen on the TV just watching the updates. My first immediate thought is how accessible is our stadium?  I understand that the fans certainly have wheelchair access as that is expected but the coaches office? the training room? how much is that wheelchair accessible because I certainly don't want to make things any harder for coach.

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: January 19, 2018, 08:02:41 PM »
The Portland Brewers sign

SS - Timothy Dekker - 1 year 3 Million

The Portland Brewers assign  Timothy Dekker to their minor league affiliate the Eugene Hipsters

The Portland Brewers commit to spending 500k to market their minor league affiliate The Eugene Hipsters

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: January 18, 2018, 04:59:39 PM »
The Portland Brewers spend 4.25 million on Timothy Dekker visit

General Manager's Office / Re: HIFL LEAGUE OFFICE III
« on: January 18, 2018, 04:52:15 PM »
The Portland Brewers sign

G Scott Campbell 1 year 1 Million.

General Manager's Office / Re: TEAM: PORTLAND BREWERS
« on: January 18, 2018, 04:50:50 PM »
Okay we’ll do the 1 year deal.

Hoppy can we get JTC

JTC we’re looking to sign Miguel Tripp as our 3rd corner looking to offer him a 2 year 750k deal

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